Go Daddy API, Example use

Very recently, Go Daddy released it’s public API that can be used with Go Daddy Cloud Servers and Easy Database. Since I’m a Go Daddy Cloud Servers customer (and employee of Go Daddy), I wanted to provide you with an example use of the API.

I had an extra server that I wanted to delete. Of course, I could do this with the GUI, but for practice, I decided to delete it with a script.

The first thing I did was grabbed a copy of the Go Daddy API for PHP, which can be found here:

and gave the documentation a once over:

I then went to the Go Daddy Cloud Servers GUI and clicked the API tab, accepted the TOS, and generated an API key. It was easy, one click and my access key and secret key were provided.

I then created a file called csremove.php:

Read more